Simple Cybersecurity Measures For Any Business

According to a 2015 press release by Small Business Committee, 71% of cyber attacks occur at business consisting of less than 100 employees. Does your business fall into this category? If so, you could be next! No one wishes for their company to be attacked. Thankfully, taking the proper steps helps prevent malicious online activity. […]

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Microsoft Office in the Car Makes Work Inescapable

  Harman, the consumer electronics company that specializes in car technologies, is adding Microsoft Office Suite to new cars’ infotainment systems. This means that touchscreen in your dashboard that lets you call Mom hands-free and change the radio station will now allow you to make PowerPoint presentations at stoplights. It’s like having the convenience of […]

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Cloud Types: The Private Cloud

If you’ve been looking into cloud services recently, you know there are different types of clouds. The varying types of clouds can get confusing, leaving you lost and unsure what the right fit for your needs is. For your convenience, we’re comparing and contrasting different types of cloud solutions. Click here for part one on […]

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Cut Your Information Overload Down

Today is Information Overload Day, and it wasn’t until I checked out this eye-opening CNN article that I realized how inundated with digital information we truly are. The most shocking fact to me was that computer workers on average receive 93 emails a day. Now, let’s take this one step further. As of 2013, 39% of […]

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Mac vs. PC: What’s the Difference?

There are Mac people. There are PC people. There are people who have no clue. To begin showing you the similarities and differences between the two, we must establish some things. “Mac” is referring to Apple and operating systems. “PC,” which stands for “personal computer,” will be referring to Windows operating systems. Because of PC’s definition, […]

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Should We Hang Up on the Idea of Office Phones?

Office phones have been on the decline since 2008. For many businesses, they believe that switching to communications systems that integrate your employees’ smartphones and other devices. Understandably so, really. According to Pew Research, about 64% of American adults own a smartphone. These phones offer so many features and capabilities that can keep your employees connected […]

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What Business Phone System Is Best For You?

Every business needs a phone system. Is your business using the best phone system for your needs? You owe it to yourself to find out! Check out our quiz for your recommendation: NOTE: This quiz is a generalization, based upon what you said best describes your business. The best solution for your needs can only be […]

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Working Remotely: Employees Tell All

All month long, we’ve been sharing with you how working remotely can change the way you do business. We’ve given you tips and ideas of how to make the move to remote working and provided our own thoughts on the process and how it affects our productivity. In prepping for this blog, I came across […]

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Give Your Remote Office Space a Boost!

Your office location is important no matter where you are working from. Chances are, if you aren’t enjoying your space, you won’t want to work in it. This lowers your drive to get things done and can seriously affect your mood. Here are some things to consider when choosing or updating your remote office space. Light is an element that […]

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Creating Remote Team Magic, No Spells Required

There are many elements necessary to making a business work, and because of technology, being in the same proximity of your coworkers is no longer a necessity. Device unification and apps are just the surface of what is vital to a successful distributed team, or team with workers in different physical locations. We’ve boiled it […]

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